That special month every year. That special month where we as a family join forces to be just that: A family. Vacation time is family time. Geography and location is reduced to mere diminished factors. Not important! As long as we’re together.
July ’14 was spent at home, in our new house, but this year we had a bit more wanderlust. With 3 kids in cargo we drove to France. Camping in a mobilehome near Paris, we set out to gain knowledge of everything from local history, Parisian wildlife as well as theme park fun.
This years holiday was one of the best we’ve ever spent together. Everything just clicked. It was an amazing time that I still reminisce.
July of my 365 is hence bathed in pictures taken “away from home”. Being in foreign places sparks my creativity, and sometimes overload is imminent. But I try to look through the overwhelming amount of stimulus, and stay true to concept of less is more. See subtlety, avoid extravagance.
So this is July. Complete with outtakes. As usual.
07.15 – In Memoriam
Hello Jonas that’s once again one hell of a great Lifestyle galery you are showing us !
Could you please tell me more about the few macro shots ? What did you use to achieve those images ?
Hey! – Thank you very much! And thank you for stopping by!.
The Flowers in no 205 is just the XF16mm at nearest focus distance. It can really get in close!
The Black and white leaf as well as the purple plant thing with drops are taken with the MCEX-11 extension tube with the XF35mm f/1.4 in front. A great little combo 🙂
Thank you for those information. I am really impressed by this XF16mm ! But I definitl don’t have the funds so I will try the extension’s tubes instead …
What an awesome set.
Thank you Kevin!! /J
Do you sometimes do any postprocessing on a tablet when you´re out and about?
If that´s the case, what apps do you prefer?
Thank you! – On the go I use lightroom for iPad. On my iPhone I use darkroom.app, it’s an amazing app with great tonal/curve control. /J
Always inspired by your work. Fabulous gallery this month!
that was beautiful!